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Qi Gong for Stress Reduction

It is now believed that stress-related disorders account – either directly or indirectly – for 80 to 90 percent of all illnesses of the primary medical doctor  visits . I personally, don’t know many people who are not stressed on some level, including myself, more often than we would like to be.  I need to keep reminding myself that stress is caused by how we respond to a situation, not the situation itself. When we are faced with a stressful situation, in whatever form, it causes tension, strain and tightening in the body that does not release easily. Read More→

Why Would I Want to Unwind My Belly?

Why would I want to Unwind my Belly? Good question. If you are in good health, why would you have a Chi Nei Tsang session? Amazingly enough, many of us who are in good to excellent health are still holding un-digested information/emotions within our organs. We might feel some tension in our neck or shoulders once in a while, or vague feelings or stress. These feelings can sit within us for many years, until our bodies know we are ready to make a change. Read More→

Why is Smiling so Important for our Health?

The Inner Smile meditation has become my favorite Qi Gong practice lately. It teaches me to feel so much gratitude for my body for how well it has taken care of me over the years. This meditation has also helped me to smile and laugh more each day. I appreciate that transformation. Read More→